Best Jiffy Corn Muffin Recipe Ever!

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I used a special ingredient!

If you’ve been reading my blog at all, I’m sure you could guess that I simply substituted the 1/3 cup of milk for 1/3 cup of vanilla hemp milk plus a tablespoon of water!

I’ve been purchasing hemp milk for a month or so now and have been wondering if it would be good for baking.   The muffins were so tasty and moist that I’d have to say that this was a successful experiment.

Hemp milk has more of the consistency of whole fresh milk which is why we added the tablespoon of water.  It has a nutty, almost mocha flavor…delish!!!  I had only been using my Vanilla Hemp milk on my cereal & loving that also.   Now I’ll have to try some other recipes.

Hemp milk naturally provides Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids…PLUS calcium, vitamin D, & riboflavin.  Those nutrients are inherent & not synthetically added as is true with cow’s milk!  I quit drinking cow’s milk a few years back when I became lactose intolerant & then ran across and read a few things there!

I’m certain that you’ll enjoy hemp milk too & I’ll be trying the other flavors too!



Best Jiffy Corn Muffin Recipe Ever! — 2 Comments

  1. I have recently been introduced to hemp in the jewelry-making aspect of it. I have never heard of hemp milk until reading your blog, which I just found today from a link on Java's Never Growing Old blog.The question that I have, that probably would be categorized as a stupid question 🙂 is this: Would a person test positive for marijuana if they have been drinking hemp milk?I have read that hemp is very environmentally friendly across several categories, but it is against the law to grow it in the US. I’m glad that I found your blog. Have a great day!

    • Hi Yohana,

      Thanks for stopping by my blog & commenting. Great question too. The direct answer is Absolutely not. It is a common misconception about hemp to think hemp is marijuana. Hemp actually has no THC! Hemp became a code word for marijuana back in the 1920’s or ’30’s. They both are varieties of cannabis, yes, however, you can’t get high on hemp. There are many more posts about the facts behind industrial hemp on my site. A big part of my purpose is to clarify these misunderstandings imposed upon our thinking by certain big companies.


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